overconscious

adjective
over·​con·​scious | \ ˌō-vər-ˈkän(t)-shəs \

Definition of overconscious

: excessively conscious or aware of something or someone Before, I'd been overconscious of time; now I had no awareness of it at all.— John Marsden She was an orphaned heiress … shy, overconscious [=self-conscious] of her long nose …— Nick Fraser

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1677, in the meaning defined above

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